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ramp

(ramp),
In electrical recording, a uniformly rising level of voltage or current. If reset to 0 at regular intervals, it forms a sawtooth pattern that is used to provide the time sweep of a cathode ray oscilloscope beam; if it is reset to 0 by a periodic event (for example, the heart beat), the distance to the peak of each ramp represents the time between elapsed events.

DTL

A gene on chromosome 1q32 that encodes a substrate-specific adapter of a DCX (DDB1-CUL4-X-box) E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase complex, which is required for cell cycle control, DNA damage response and translesion DNA synthesis.
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If the AOAP van were to back up this standard ramp configuration, the van's low midsection would "bottom out," or strike, at the apex of the ramp and the C-17 floor because the ramp angles and the van's 24-foot wheel base would not allow enough bottom clearance for the van.
The steep incline of the ramp presented us with an even greater challenge as we began to load the OH-58, Kiowa Warrior, aircraft.
The cost is about the same as a traditional ramp, or about $25 per running foot," explained Mr.
Data generated from participant-observation indicated that a sizeable number of individuals (81) would have had difficulty accessing the department store without the ramp some could not have accessed it at all.
A ramp rental facility is also provided through the company's RentARamp operation, with a sale or return option.
Stu's lines went from one corner of the ramp to the other and back, and included grinds on the vert wall every run, backside bonelesses to regs, and revert and backside ollies that spanned four sheets.
A new Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) publication, the Ramp Management and Control Handbook, compiles best practices from around the country to help traffic managers and roadway designers maximize the effectiveness of their on- and off-ramps.
Small dogs may do well with a ramp as narrow as 12 inches, but very large dogs may require one as wide as 24 inches.
Discount Ramps is a portfolio frim of Washington, D.
Richard Beilstein, Heavy Duty Ramps founder, will remain with the company as an executive vice president and will be actively involved in working with customers and designing ramp systems.
Ramp It Up For Veterans is slowly expanding its reach across the United States, with plans to build at least 30 ramps in 2016 for deserving veterans and their families.
Ramp metering has demonstrated that it reduces freeway congestion and crashes.